Feminism

Feminism - Feminism and you. So many women have the...

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Feminism and you. So many women have the constant need to carry on a war against men. No matter the circumstances, complete gender equality will never happen. There will always be gender differences, even if it is only differences on the most basic level. Feminists declare that everyone should go out of their way to be politically correct and say "Women and Men" instead of "Men and Women." Some feminists have even tried to change the constitution from saying "All men are created equal" to "All people are created equal." There are reasons for things being written using "men" as a generality because historically, men have always been in charge. There might be a reason for men coming before women in the last 10,000 years. I'm not targeting women in general, I'm targeting the feminist extremists. I'm talking about the ones who refuse to shave their armpits and legs, the ones who refuse to wear makeup or wash their hair. If one likes herself better with hairy armpits, then that's her choice. The ones that don't shave just to make a point are the problem. Feminists get so offended when a man calls them a "chick." Personally, I don't see how that word is offensive in any way. I don't know any men who freak out because a women called them "hunk" or "dude." I wouldn't get offended if a women calls me "dude." It's not that big of a deal because it's a word, and it's not even an
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course ENC 1101 taught by Professor Szymanski during the Fall '07 term at FSU.

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